Food & Wine

08 Oct A3 Damijan 3lt Shinji Ogawa

In 2010 the A3 project is born, the Podversic family’s fair trade wine. 3-litre bottles in a special packaging, the label of which is interpreted each year by a different artist, where the only restriction…

Artha Project
Art Director: Stefano Tortini | Vito Piantanida
Project Type: Packaging | Labeling
Client: Az. Agr. Damijan Podversic
Printing Process: Digital printing | Offset printing | Typographic printing | Silk-screen printing

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08 Oct Castello di Magione

The suggestive images retrieved from original documents are protagonists of these labels…

Artha Project
Art Director: Stefano Tortini
Project Type: Labeling
Client: Castello di Magione
Printing Process: Offset print

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08 Oct Tenuta Pallavicini

The Property is witness to centuries of history and suggestive legends such as the one indicating it as the sacred place where Muses gathered, and these mythical creatures…

Artha Project
Art Director: Stefano Tortini
Project Type: Labeling
Client: Terre dei Pallavicini
Printing Process: Offset print

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22 Jan Gianluca Fusto

Gianluca Fusto is a great artist of patisserie and chocolate, for whom Artha developed the logo restyling and coordinated image by redesigning its monogram. In its sector, a prominent synonym of the finest quality and innovation.

Artha Project
Art Director: Stefano Tortini
Client: Gianluca Fusto
Printing Process: Offset

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22 Jan Damijan Podversic – 3 litri 2010

2010 sees the birth of project A3, the Podversic family’s solidarity wine. 3-liter bottles in a special packaging, the labels of which are reinterpreted each year by a different artist with the sole constraint of “number 3”. All proceeds from these prestigious bottles are donated to charity. The first label of this ambitious project is by Corrado Zegni, “3” the visually developed theme, “3” the number of times the rope wraps around brochure and bottle, and “3” the blends of grapes produced: Malvasia, Ribolla Gialla and Friulano.

Artha Project
Art Director: Stefano Tortini / Vito Plantanida
Project Type: Label + brochure + wood box
Client: Damijan Podversic
Visual: Corrado Zeni
Packaging Contents: Wine
Printing Process: Digital + Offset print

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22 Jan Museo Diocesano di Brescia 1978

Among the walls of the San Giuseppe monastery, now home to the Diocesan Museum of Brescia, lies an imposing centennial cherry-tree, which offers a yearly limited run preserve. Artha designed its exclusive label for 2015.

Art Director: Giancarlo Bozzani / Daniela Marini
Project Type: Label
Client: Museo Diocesano di Brescia
Visual: Giancarlo Bozzani
Packaging Contents: Conserva di ciliegie
Printing Process: Digital

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22 Jan Villa Giustiniani Prosecco

Prosecco, one of Italy’s most sold and loved wines in the world, interpreted by an outstanding producer. An ambitious project in which Artha attempted to blend the solid tradition of a historical estate such as Villa Giustiniani’s, together with the modernity of this particularly versatile and ‘cross-genre’ DOCG. Dry, brut and extra dry, 3 items for a complete and truly sparkling line.

Artha Project
Art Director: Fabio Scarioni
Project Type: Label
Client: Sagrivil
Packaging Contents: Wine
Printing Process: Roto•Offset print

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22 Jan Rocca Bernarda. Le Grappe

In this region, grappa is a most ancient tradition that Rocca Bernarda decided to celebrate with 2 extraordinary products. Through its restyling project, Artha re-dressed these 2 bottles by maintaining, or refreshing were necessary, many of the elements that communicate this incredible story.

Artha Project
Art Director: Stefano Tortini / Vito Plantanida
Project Type: Label + astuccio
Client: Sagrivit
Packaging Contents: Grappa
Printing Process: Roto•Offset print

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22 Jan Rocca Bernarda 1559

1559 is the year Rocca Bernarda was founded, and it is the name given to this new line of wines that we inaugurate with a pure Merlot. It is the nostalgia for the history of this extraordinary historic building in Premariacco, in the province of Udine, that is exalted by the details of original or architectural materials of the villa. What blend of grapes can we expect next?

Artha Project
Art Director: Stefano Tortini / Vito Plantanida
Project Type: Label
Client: Sagrivit
Photo: Artha
Packaging Contents: Wine
Printing Process: Roto•Offset print

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22 Jan Rocca Bernarda

A major restyling for Rocca Bernarda’s first line of white and red whines, a Friuli-based winery founded in 1559, now part of the group Sagrivit. Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Ribolla Gialla, Friulano, Refosco, Cabernet Franc and Merlot are the wine varieties that have undergone a graphic makeover, by which the prestige and history of this extraordinary wine estate are now duly emphasized.

Artha Project
Art Director: Stefano Tortini / Vito Plantanida
Project Type: Label
Client: Sagrivit
Calligraphy: Giancarlo Bozzani
Packaging Contents: Wine
Printing Process: Roto•Offset print

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